As Chair of the York Central Hospital Board, I can tell you that the Harper Conservatives never picked up the phone to discuss a new hospital in Vaughan – not once,” said Tony Genco, Liberal candidate for Vaughan.- Liberal Press Release
Michael Ignatieff with Tony Genco Liberal candidate
"Canada is a vitally important ally," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters. "The president looks forward to the opportunity to speak with Prime Minister Harper and visit our neighbour to the north." - CBC Feb 2009
If the most popular American President in 2009 made it a priority for his first official trip to visit our own Prime Minister within three months of coming to office, perhaps Tony could have found five minutes in his busy schedule as the Chair of York Central Hospital to call the federal government for help.
The leaders of the most powerful countries make time to consult with our Prime Minister. Does Tony Genco think his time is too valuable?
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The voters of Vaughan deserve a member of parliament that will be capable of working across partisan political lines at all levels to get things done. It appears Tony Genco may be unable to rise above petty politics to pick up the phone and look for help on behalf of the residents of Vaughan.
Voters can't afford the political rhetoric of Tony Genco The Liberal candidate for Vaughan has some explaining to do with the focus on negative campaigning. Good luck Tony, voters need their politicians to cooperate and get things done.
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The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Canada's Minister of Finance; the Honourable Jim Bradley, Ontario Transportation Minister; His Worship David Miller, Mayor of Toronto; Toronto Transit Commission chair Adam Giambrone; and Her Worship Linda Jackson, Mayor of Vaughan, on behalf of York Region chair Bill Fisch, celebrated the groundbreaking today at the Wilson Yard connection site.
What do you think?